Among the reasons being given in Washington for the Midwest gasoline price problem is the cost of the new reformulated gasoline (RFG-II), which, when all factors are included, may add as much as 30 cents to the cost of each gallon of gasoline. The head of the Federal Trade Comission (FTC) announced late last month that the agency is conducting an investigation regarding the recent wide price difference between conventional gasoline and RFG in the Midwest. The Congressional Research ...
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